Movie Review: The Legend of Tarzan

The Legend of Tarzan Movie Review

Many years after leaving Africa for a normal life in England, Tarzan and Jane are set to come back to Congo. Having no knowledge of the secret deal to capture and give him to a tribal chieftain in exchange of diamonds.


The Legend of Tarzan is a whole new level of this popular story for kids. Years passed before doing another expected remake of this popular story, Tarzan story has continued to influence young minds.

Today, story of Tarzan, through this The Legend of Tarzan, has a deeper story to tell. The depth of the story will not just tackle how Europeans will conquer African lands, but also exploit its resources and enslave Africans. This re-telling of Tarzan has met up the current day sensibilities while telling the history of slavery in the past.

The effects are remarkable, but there’s too much or too less CGI to make it near realistic. It is consistent with changing our viewing experience every now and then while watching the whole films.

Characters of the film were made as too serious with a little romance. Alexander Skarsgard and Margot Robbie were a good combination for this film, but they needed a Samuel Jackson to lighten up their so serious characters. Djimon Hounsou’s character was very significant in the story, but had little participation in the development of the story.

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